Using the power of Derby County Football Club to improve lives through sport, physical activity and education.

Programmes

Participation & Coaching

These are the grassroots programmes which provide physical activity and coaching to youngsters across Derbyshire.

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Health

Derby County Community Trust’s health programmes are delivered in partnership with Derby City Council’s Public Health Department.

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Schools

DCCT provides schools with a comprehensive programme designed to complement and reinforce existing PE and academic syllabuses.

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Education

Our community coaches are on-hand to provide proper guidance to help participants find the correct balance of being a student athlete.

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Girls Football

Our girls’ football programmes offer long-term participation opportunities for all young females, with grassroots opportunities across Derbyshire.

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Disability

Our disability projects aim to create accessible opportunities for children and adults to participate in physical activity sessions.

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Inclusion

We run a range of inclusive programmes across Derby and Derbyshire, enhancing community cohesion and providing sustainable opportunities for physical activity and education.

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DCCT Events Calendar

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DCCT Media

Pingle Academy Compete in Premier League Enterprise Challenge

posted on 13/11/18

The Premier League Enterprise Challenge gives secondary school children the opportunity to work alongside clubs to learn about the business…

Max in Kenya

posted on 12/11/18

13 year old Max Newman is excited to be returning to Kenya next year for the third time, this year…

Derby County Community Trust’s Drew, wins at the annual Youth Matters Awards 2018

posted on 12/11/18

Drew was abandoned by his family back in 2017, and with the help of social services he was placed at…

Premier League Writing Stars Poetry Competition: Diversity

posted on 05/11/18

Once again the Premier League are launching their Writing Stars competition for KS1 and KS2 pupils and we want as…